Jul 22, 2019  
2018-19 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2018-19 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Latin American Studies, Minor


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Jose Neftali Recinos, coordinator
Dugas Liberal Arts North, Room 233
Phone: (936) 468-2067
Fax: (936) 468-2033
Email: recinosjn@sfasu.edu
Web: sfasu.edu/oidp

Advisory Committee
Neill Armstrong (secondary education and educational leadership), Leslie Cecil (anthropology), Wilma Cordova (social work), Piero Fenci (art), Charles Jones (art), Daniel G. Scognamillo (forestry), Jeana Paul-Ureña (languages, cultures and communication), Juan Carlos Ureña (languages, cultures and communication)

Objectives

The minor in Latin-American studies allows students to become acquainted with Latin America through a variety of disciplines. This unique view will enable them to understand how the countries in this region have both strong similarities and striking differences. SFA’s program in Latin-American studies combines several academic disciplines including art, dance, geography, history, literature, modern languages and political science. By combining complementary approaches to important issues, LAS provides students with the skills necessary to approach Latin-American topics from the broadest possible perspective and comprehend today’s complex issues.

Minor in Latin American Studies (18 Hours)


In order to fulfill the requirements for Latin-American studies minor, students are required to complete the following:

  • Spanish courses through SPA 232  with a grade of C or higher (SPA 235  may be substituted for SPA 232 ).

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